Officer relates morning of giving back: "I'm glad I managed to help"

Officer relates morning of giving back: "I'm glad I managed to help"

- A police officer shared her amazing story of a morning full of good deeds

- She posted her story in the Facebook group #ImStaying, she managed to help on two separate occasions in one morning

- She helped a learner without a mask for school and she helped some people to fix a car

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Mpho MaSiwela Mthembu took to Facebook to share her story about her morning, which she is happy to report was filled with opportunities to help.

The first was when she was taking her daughter to school and they saw a boy in school uniform running away from school.

When they asked him what was wrong, he said that he'd forgotten his mask at home. Fortunately for him, they had a spare mask for him, saving him a trip home.

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Mpho MaSiwela Mthembu was happy to have the opportunity to help.

Mpho MaSiwela Mthembu related her amazing morning, she was happy to help so many people. Photo credit: Facebook/Mpho MaSiwela Mthembu
Source: Facebook

A second opportunity arose when she saw two people working on a car on the side of the road, she stopped to help, aware she was in full uniform but she was not afraid, she wanted to help.

She posted her story in the Facebook group #ImStaying, here is her full account:

"So today I had to take my daughter to school before going to work on our way we saw this boy running and I asked my daughter why is he running away the opposite direction of the school because he is in uniform and the school is on the other said I said maybe he forgot something at home my daughter said the same thing when I got closer to him I stopped the car and asked him, boy, why are running away and going the other way because your school is that way he said I forgot my mask.
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I told him to come and take one and my daughter quickly mom I also got extra in my bag he took it and went back the other way going to school we were so happy with my daughter that he didn't have to go all the way back home just to fetch a mask when we had extra masks in the car #ImStaying.
I dropped off my daughter at her school and off I went to work on my way N2 to Richardsbay I noticed to cars a white Toyota bakkie and a Megane Sedan car parked outside of the road and there was a white male an African female fixing something on the bumper of car I did not hesitate to stop alone in full uniform. I was not scared at all I wanted to help I stopped the car and reversed back and the guy was helping the lady because the bumper came out while she was driving I then helped them the male took a screwdriver from his car and manage to screw back the bumper the lady was so happy I'm glad I managed to help two people in just one day for that #ImStaying."
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Earlier, Briefly.co.za reported that grandparents are amazing people that only a few are blessed to have in their lives and @sir_tlhogi (Tlhogi) is one of those. Tlhogi shared a beautiful appreciation post aimed at his lovely grandmother.

Tlhogi looks absolutely fabulous standing next to his even more fabulous granny. Clad in black heels, fitted red trousers and a T-shirt with the gay pride flag and the words "I am human" printed on it, Tlhogi is certainly slaying.

Tlhogi captioned the post: "When your gran loves you for who you are. I AM HUMAN AFTER ALL." He added two pride flags to his caption as well.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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